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Generals score in bunches against Hudson Valley » Herkimer Generals

Generals score in bunches against Hudson Valley

(Jason Foden scores two of his five points on a lay up against the Vikings). 

HERKIMER, NY – The Generals' high powered offense was again on display Saturday at home, as they put up an 86 spot on the Hudson Valley Vikings, winning 86-70, collecting their fourth consecutive win.

Herkimer (4-1, MVC 2-0) was led by sophomore forward Jonathan Feiler (St. James, NY). Scoring a season-high 27 points, Feiler took pressure off his teammates, allowing for nine other Generals to score in the contest.

One of those beneficiaries was sophomore forward Enson Garcia (Bronx, NY). Garcia put on a clinic with Feiler possessing the low post, hitting five three-point field goals, on his way to 17 points.

Third in line was Wendall Williams (Syracuse, NY), scoring 13 points, eight of them coming in the first half, helping the Generals build a nine point halftime lead (40-31).

Scoring the Generals first three points of the second half was Jason Foden (Dolgeville, NY). After hitting 1-of-2 from the line, Foden scored on a lay up from Feiler (43-31). The lead increased to 14 points (47-33) after Williams scored on another lay up and Feiler hit two free throws.

Garcia hit two consecutive three's with less than five minutes left to give Herkimer the 78-60 lead, then Peter Clark scored two of his five points from the charity stripe after being fouled with three minutes left.

The final three-point field goal came from freshman guard Mike Santillo (Mohawk, NY), his first points as a General, to give the team a 21-point lead (86-65).

Rounding out the Herkimer attack was Julio Galay (Bronx, NY), RaShawn Collins II (Harlem, NY), Jerrell Hunter (Utica, NY) and Anthony Lanieri (Port Jefferson, NY). Galay had two points, Collins II had five points, Hunter had one point and Lanieri had eight points.

The Generals next game is against Corning Community College next Saturday (11/16). The game is set to tip off at 2 p.m.

-Giorgio Varlaro; Athletic Website Manager

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